Knox Town News

By Rita Doughty | Oct 13, 2018

knoxtownnews@yahoo.com

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Hello to All,

It is chilly as I type this up, has been a rainy day today. The wind is blowing all the leaves off the trees in the yard, and I noticed the same all around here, too. I love all the colors of reds, orange, yellow and more.

It is that time of year again. Getting the house buttoned up for winter, as my Mom used to say. Got apples, need to make my pie. Made some sour pickles so had to try them. I love the fall weather. Snow on Mt. Washington, and didn't want to hear that just yet.

Youth hunting starts on Saturday, Oct. 20. This month is flying right on by. Seems like I notice it more the older I get.

Open House

The old East Knox Schoolhouse, built in 1892, will be having an Open House on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 20 and 21, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the ridge by the old Bessey Place before Mount View. The Knox Historical Society is trying to rehab the place slowly.

Just a phone call away

A very happy birthday to Mary Benjamin from your cousin Lucille Pica in Palm Coast, Florida. She wanted Mary to know she wishes her a happy birthday! Apparently Mary once leaved around Knox and/or Thorndike.

Sympathy

Our condolences to the family of Helen Williams Furrow, 97 years young, as she passed away on Oct. 8. She will be missed by me.

Rabies clinic in Brooks

On Saturday, Oct. 20, 9 to 11 a.m., sponsored by the Waldo County Humane Society. You know the drill: dogs on leashes, and cats in carriers. At Brooks Fire Department.

4-H Auction

University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H is holding a 4-H Auction and bake sale Saturday, Oct. 20, at Mount View High School cafeteria, 577 Mt. View Road, Thorndike. Preview at noon; Mark Bradstreet of DownEast Auctions will start the bidding at 1 p.m. You can also preview auction items online at https://extension.umaine.edu/waldo/programs/4h/auction.

Proceeds support Waldo County 4-H programs. Many businesses and individuals generously donated to make the auction possible.

Firefighter donations scam

Phone calls are coming in steady for scams, "firefighter support"not affiliated with any local fire department in the state. Hang up, it is not true. Someone trying to get your money. I get so many calls steady daily.

Theater weekends

On Oct. 20, 21, 26 and 27, 7:30 p.m., the Marsh River Theater will present, "Spelling Bee," a musical, for your entertainment. On Route 139 in Brooks Village. To reserve tickets, call 722-4110.

Another race

Ron Stevenson raced in the third annual Rollie's Run for Kids Race. He finished 4th with a time of 22:08. He actually has raced all three years, and is off to MDI Sunday the 14th for another race. Way to go, Ron!

Get well wishes

Little Chance Cunningham, son of Jeremy and Lacey, is back in the hospital in Portland. He is a fighter, with his health problems he is having. Get better soon!

Knox Historical Society

Joyce Thompson will be calling soon to get your ads lined up for the 2019 Calendar as time is going on by fast. We appreciate your patronage.

Florida

Prayers to all those suffering from the recent storm in Florida, and in the Panama City beach area. Thinking of all! Heidi Stewart Wilson made a GoFundMe page for Bert, a Mount View grad who needs help. Hurricane Michael raised havoc.

A moment to think about

Darn, you never realize how long a minute is until you are exercising!

Until next week,

Stay warm and safe. Get some fresh air, as it is getting rather chilly outside. Take care, all.

 

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